Strathclyde Sports Union have partnered with Power Press Coffee to provide University of Strathclyde students with performance enhancing coffee.
We are thrilled to Announce that Rachel Cremin has been appointed into the new University of Strathclyde Director of Netball / Netball Scotland Performance Pathways Coach dual role.
Incoming Committee Training
There are a huge number of benefits to volunteering in sport whilst at University. These include developing your transferable skills, growing your social networks, helping sustain and develop activity, and, fundamentally, the opportunity to make yourself more employable.
Please take a moment to read through candidate manifestos for 2019-20 Sports Executive Committee.
Scotland’s biggest female sports team is set to get even bigger under a landmark new partnership deal with University of Strathclyde. The newly named Strathclyde Sirens compete in the Sky sports televised Vitality Netball Superleague and have been #ChangingTheGame since they burst onto the scene in 2016.
USSU has noticed an increase in the amount of vehicle accidents and damage to external hire bookings. Since September 2018 we have recorded 8 vehicle accidents, representing a substantial increase from the previous academic year.
Strathclyde Sports Union – in partnership with StrathActive and Strathclyde Sport high performance team – have organised a Concussion Awareness Workshop for UoS sports club members and the student community on Thursday 22nd November from 17:15 – 17:45 in the McCance Building, lecture room 301.
Nominations open now!
The University of Strathclyde Sports Union is the oldest student body on campus and provides student led representation for all sports club members.
We’re delighted to announce that you can now buy your Evening Ticket to the 2019 Strathclyde Sports Awards Ball, sponsored by Student Roost.
Traditionally the Winter period is a popular time of the year for students to travel abroad with friends for a short break between semester one and two academic studies.
The intention of this document is to provide students from the University of Strathclyde participating in trips abroad with guidance, in such a way as to keep safe and manage their affairs to minimise risk and liability in the unfortunate event of an individual having an accident.